Matthew Waldman is a foward thinking innovator who patented a new way to tell time with his NOOKA watches. I had the opportunity to meet him right after moving to Tokyo when I took a huge step towards my own creative actualization. I passed by his main offices in New York when I was there last year, and picked his brain a bit about the industry, his motivation and a few other topics. Enjoy.
“When the lights go out, he goes in.” Dreamed up this concept this evening, snapped a few choices pictures, dibbled in photoshop and came up with this.
Would you fight a Zombie for a Heineken? Watch the video and find out!
This was my entry for a competition that asked people to use their talents across the areas of Fashion, Film, Art and Music to create Heineken based inspirations. This is my concept. Enjoy!
I like the creative approach Heineken is taking in the promotion of its finale event for “Heineken Inpsire” a competition which ended a week ago where people entered Heineken-themed “inspirations” in the areas of Film, Art, Music and Fashion design. The finale is being held at the Kingston Railway Station (a place i’ve never been ) and I’m pretty curious to see how they’ve set the place up for this event. The tickets and invitations perfectly represent the vibe of trains and stations.
Nice green envelope.
Vicente Garcia Jiminez is an industrial lighting designer based in Milan. He was selected as the Spanish ELLE DECOR designer of the year. I had the pleasure of meeting Vicente in Tokyo, and I’m happy to see that he’s won such a prestigious award. He’s a very upbeat and talented individual, please check my past interview with him below:
Since 2010, I had my facebook picture as a flat 2d representation of myself. I like the idea of a person getting a different sense of me through such an image. In January this year, I hit a creative streak and ended up doing many variations across several pop culture themes. I’m not sure exactly how many i’ll end up doing, but I feel that I have at least 30 in me : p